Design and Analysis of Wireless Charging Station for Electrical Vehicle


Authors : M Payani; Asmitha P; Jyoti Shekhawat

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 5 - May

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- Electric vehicles are advancing globally today in automobile industries all over. They offer a number of advantages over conventional internal combustion engines, particularly in the terms of higher efficiency, lower local emissions and so on thereby providing sustainable technology paths. Electrified transportation helps in reducing hikes of petrol price and emissions. It requires setting up of various types of charging stations in a user-friendly environment, to motivate the adoption. The drawback of dynamic charging of Electric Vehicles is the coil misalignment. Thus, Static Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging Systems (SWEVCS) can be a right substitute technology in charging the electric vehicles without any plug - in problems. Static wireless mode of charging rejects the open contact hazards of cables thus providing reliable and safe charging of EVs. A primary coil is installed on the ground or below in the road and the receiver coil is generally installed below in center of Electric Vehicle, or in the front or rear. Wireless charging systems works by the principle of electromagnetic induction between these two coils thereby charging of electric vehicle takes place.

Keywords : Static Wireless EV Charging, Wireless Power Transfer, Plug-in Systems, Electromagnetic Induction, Electric Vehicle, Copper Coils, Capacitive Wireless Charging, Inductive Wireless Charging.

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